Decided to give my blog a make-over. Not in the cosmetic sense, but to beef it up so it can go from 1-2 posts/week to having an interesting post most days of the week.
Since the purview of the blog is fairly broad, and most of the emphasis has been on the law, I’ll be fleshing out the art and technology sections.
Coming attractions include:
A biweekly comic! Along the lines of the Copyright Parody but shorter like the Legal Personhood visuals, every other week I’ll be producing a comic wherein the 3D blobby guys will explore technology, art, and the law. Still inviting input on the cast of possible characters (let me know if you have any suggestions) but I will likely invite back Cory Doctorow/Morpheus and Richard Stallman/St. iGNUcius from my Copyright Parody, and will be adding a robot. Past that, Evil Mickey CopyrightMouse, and Pirates may also appear.
Weekly photos of cool techie stuff! I used to be big into photography, and got a bit apathetic once I realized almost every photograph I could hope to take is probably already a stock image somewhere. Then it occurred to me: I live in Cambridge, MA, the town in which Harvard and MIT also live. There’s got to be all sorts of awesome technological gizmos hidden in the hallways and departmental museums in those two institutions. MIT even has a tradition of roof, tunnel, and hallway “hacking” wherein they hide cool stuff in random places and undergrads crawl through hidden tunnels to find it. What is that thing? Why does it have all those buttons? What do those shiny bits do? These are the questions I shall be exploring in this segment!
Visualizations and Design Stuff: So many awesome infographics, visualizations, and interactive designs. I’ll start embedding/linking to these and analyzing them, ’cause they’re awesome and I firmly believe that visualizations are the future of art in a world where “art” has come to mean, self-indulgently, progressively less that anyone actually cares about.
Robots and AI: Because I can never get enough. Call it an obsession. I WILL be Skynet’s legal representation someday, or shall die trying. In the meantime, maybe bots can be used to reclaim the public domain. If there’s no human author, then doesn’t it belong to everyone? 
A SERIES OF AWESOME GUEST POSTERS: So many people I know are involved in so many different cool things, there’s nothing for it but to have a series of guest posters. Explore the cutting edge of technology, design, and the arts with the whiz kids and practitioners that are doing it, right now. And just have fun.